I made this as written sans the bread flour as I did not have any and ended up using AP in lieu and they still came out amazing!! My daughter said that they were better than the ones at the mall or grocery store. I plan on getting a thermometer so that I can get the correct temperature correct for the milk and I will hunt down bread flour and try it again...I am sure that will make them even more wonderful!! I made this by hand as I do not have a bread machine and it was simple and straight forward. Thank you for sharing this!! UPDATE: I made these again today and thought I would share the non-bread machine way for those with the time and patience to do it. Sifted 4 1/2 c bread flour, leaving 1/2 cup on the side. Added bread machine yeast, flour and sugar, stirred to mix all the dry ingredients, and set aside in a separate bowl. Melted the butter and the milk and let cool to 125 on a instant read thermometer. Meanwhile in a large bowl I whisked the eggs and added the milk and butter mixture. With a heavy spoon or spatula I mixed the dry ingredients with the wet 1 cup at a time. Sprinkle part of the 1/2 c. reserved flour onto your work surface, turn dough onto the floured surface and begin kneading, incorporating the remaining flour and you knead 5-10 minutes till soft and silky. Butter a large bowl, place dough into the bowl, turn to coat, cover and place in a warm area till doubled in bulk. Turn dough onto a floured work surface and let rest 10 minutes. The proc
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I made this as written sans the bread flour as I did not have any and ended up using AP in...